Door Decoration...yes or no?

We will be sailing with Celebrity (Solstice) to Alaska in September. I cannot find if they allow door decor, or if it is even a thing for this line/ship. Not interested in anything big, just a small sign for our door celebrating our anniversary. 
Thanks for any help! 

16 Answers

I'm not one for it.

I don't see why they wouldn't let you. Just check first and see if the doors are metal. I know some ships don't have metal doors .

I have seen a few door decorations on Celebrity ships, so they are not banned, but they are by no means common.

Why decorate it when you can simply remove the door all together. Especially if you have a balcony. You get a steady cross breeze, and if you;re out on the balcony, you won’t have to listen for room service to come knocking.

HAL just banned all door decoration because of fire hazard concerns. Anyone who put up a decoration was told to remove it. Don't know about Celebrity but if I were you, I'd call & ask.

Not sure about the cruise line but we love decorating our door on Disney! It makes it super easy to find your door ;)

Carnival lets doors be to do and you can spot your room easily

Most lines that do allow it require that the decorations be flame resistant or fireproof. Also, try to stay with magnets, as tape will peel the finish, and the plastic cling decorations tend to bleed the ink onto the surface. You may be held financially responsible for any damage.

We sometimes put a small Canadian Flag sticker on our door. It can easily be removed at the end of our cruise, and doesn’t damage the door or leave any sticky residue.

I never realized you were the door Nazi, Kergan!Big Smile


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